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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 o «> (• • Change Owne Several Homes 8 As Buying Continues The demand for homes in this section continues to grow, with sev- eral residences acquiring new own- ers this past week. One of the largest purchases was a two-story house at 3701 Rice Boulevard, bought by Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Strickland. Another two- story brick home, 2135 Dryden, has been purchased by Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ballard. Among the other new owners of homes here are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph O. Crenshaw, 2705 Centenary; Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Buchanan, 3100 Georgetown; Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Hooper, 4033 Marquette; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton N. Smith, Post Oak road; Mr. and Mrs. W. Francis Byrne, 3035 Wroxton, and A. J. Hickman, 2532 Dryden. ★ Motorists in the Philippines are to change from left to right-hand drive. BLASINGAME DRUG STORE AND DRUG SUPPLIES Homer Blasingame, Prop. Bellaire Blvd. at Edloe Phone M. 2-2200 ■HeiX Qet /Ic^uaUtteA Patronise Your Friends and Neighbors Thomas W. Hopkin...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 SOMEBODY'S STENOG—Yes, You! OH WHAT A ua-ha-h/f' 18um DRIVING, YOUR u AkirrAD I HONOR-SHE Pushed man dear, a traffic light THEY'LL SOAK U-m OVER! HER PLENTY that'll YOU & 27 COSTS! so!! you day dream WHO? darlin6- hat at the whee-l- UM-AH-?! l.U.'JJI REG'LAR FELLERS—Just a Retainer By GENE BYRNES i thought you were playing cops and robbers with the other 60is, pinhead r i wa5, zoolie, but i quit on accounta jimmie dugan took. thr£e cents off'n m£ - all th' money i had HQ' I wa3, AN' jimmie was my LAWYER my goodness three cents) •so jimmie was a *> • V) * > • Baby Center Where you will find everything you need for your FUTURE BABY and Children up to 6 Years of Age. Layettes High Chairs Car Scats Clothing Toy Chests Baby Keepers Furniture Rathinette Kits Nursery Buggies Car Bed Accessories YOUTH FURNITURE SHOPPE Jackson 2-6248 3900 Mn ELECTRICAL-MECHANICAL REPAIRING WASHING MACHINES IRONS—MIXERS FANS—TOASTERS VACUUM CLEANERS ALL O...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

November 15, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 Legion Auxiliary Will Meet Next Week The Auxiliary of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion will have its regular meeting in the Community House next Thursday at 8 p. m. Mrs. W. K. Wood, president, has asked for a good attendance as im- portant business matters will be discussed. ★ Mr. Jones: They tell me the colonel is a sexagenarian. Mrs. Jones: The old fool! And at his age, too! Feed 1 em Right WITH RED CHAIN POULTRY & STOCK FEEDS ALSO GULP GAS AND OIL BATTERIES AND ACCESSORIES Open Weekly 8-€ :30 R. R. REAMER Rice and Cedar Madison 2-0172 —Social Notes• Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Fenner Nicholson of 2811 Sunset Boule- vard announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelyn Selma, to Lt. James Patrick Houstoun, Jr., A.C., son of Mrs. James Patrick Hous- toun. Just back from a trip to Shreve- port where she visited her brother, John R. Murphey, is Mrs. Earl E. Watson of 6503 Edloe. Another brother, W. W. Mu...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 15 November 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 15, 1945 \im\m LOU J t SAVE HERE! IUJY THESE SPECIALS -THURSDAY -FRIDAY -SATURDAY UNTIL 7:30 P. M. LIBBY'S Fruit Cocktail "-' 32c Bakery Specials PLAIN CHILI —29c LIBBY'S PUMPKIN K" 14c DELICIOUS CHOCOLATE Eclairs Each 1 Oc IEU FKUSH ir\ UUK UVVIN BAKERY DELIGHTFUL TASTY JELLY TURN- OVERS 2 f 15c MIDGET DILL PICKLES 25c MEDIUM SIZE MISSION PEAS 2~ 25c BEEF OR VEAI BARBECUED DAILY Barbecue 79c / TOP QUALITY GRADE "A" QUALITY Sirloin Steak" 33c GRADE "A" QUALITY SQUARE CUT SHOULDER Roast " 26c Ground Veal " 23c FRESHLY SLICED Calf Liver " 59c PURE l'ORK Pan Sausage t< 37c POULTRY SPECIALS Full Dressed in Our Plant Daily TURKEYS SSL, 53c FRYERS ESL 45c HENS ESL, 43c DUCKS EL, 47c 5W on MESH PR0Di4€§ U. S. No. 1 TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS TREE RIPENED GRAPEFRUITS 5 - 19c ALASKA PINK Salmon S2 21c HOME GROWN YOUNG TENDER FRESH GREEN BROCCOLI 2- 19c TEXAS STANDARD TOMATOES 3s„s2 25c CRISP TENDER WASHED FRESH SPINACH 2 u 19c SUNSWEET Prune Juice 8X 23c HONO...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY FOR THE RESIDENTS OF WEST UNIVERSITY PLACE, BELLAIRE, SOUTHSIDE PLACE, BRAESWOOD, SOUTHAMPTON, SOUTHGATE AND ADJACENT AREA Volume 2—Number 9 HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22, 1945 5c a Copy—Subscription $1.00 a Year Bought For Meeting Place By Burkett Post MOTH CO mumn p«ft* This attractive hollow-tile building will become the home of John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion if negotiations now under way are successfully concluded. The post will hold a special called meet- ing Friday night to discuss plans for financing the project. The building is located on a three-lot site at the corner of Kelvin and Times Boulevard. Building In Village Purchased By Burkett Post 77 For Meeting Quarters Negotiations are under way by John R. Burkett Post 77 of the American Legion to purchase the building and three lots on the southeast corner of Kelvin and Times Boulevard from Emil Mihalisin, according to Fred Miller, post publicity direc- tor. Mr. Mihalisin formerly opera...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 2 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22, 1945 Published Every Thursday for the Residents of West University Place, Southside Place, Bellaire, Braeswood, Southampton, Southgate and Adjacent Area IRVIN H. BRACKMAN Editor and Publisher ETTA MARTIN Associate Editor Entered as second-class matter, October 12, 1944, at the Post Office at Houston, Texas, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription $1.00 a Year Advertising Rates On Request 2ol0 Times Boulevard, Houston 5, Texas (In The Village) Phone Keystone 3-6686 (Evening Phone Madison 2-1085) HOUSTON, TEXAS, NOVEMBER 22, 1945 Till Garbage Pails Get Beautified Aesthetic, beautiful or even attractive garbage pails have not yet been fashioned by manufacturers, and even brand new ones, while they might create the neighbor's envy, do absolutely nothing to enhance the beauty of your home or your community when left at the curb for a couple of days. Full pails set out a day or two in advance of the pick-up, besides being unsightly, frequently p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 3 r<: tor, my% noes THAT SMFLL GOOD/ k/HAT t>/V YoC/ t>o 7h/T? SOAf, / JOST Found oar that BC/QGC/NDY W/A/F BPiNGrS OC/T THF FLAVOR/) BASTE TURKEY OFTEN WITH J-CUP MELTED BUTTER AND 1£ CUPS BURGUNDY WINE r From the Fabulous SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY where Spanish d o 11 s and monks first made fine wines. CAMEO VINEYARDS IS again PRODUCING by the same original, painstaking methods, a line of fine wines, such as CROIX ROYALE PRIVATE STOCK 20% hy Volume. Regular 1.K2 Madeira Tawny Port Muscatel «« A Pale Dry 11 Sherry FULL FIFTH NOW i: CRESTA BLANCA CHAMPAGNE OR SPARKLING BURGUNDY Gotham Champagne cp Sparkling Burgundy PADRE SEC 1940 VAI BROS. 1940 VINTAGE SPARKLING BURGUNDY 345 5th A** 5th 298 5th 2 65 5th THERE'S ONLY ONE SOUTHERN COMFORT FIFTH 5=25 1'INT 3.25 HEimiEIN'S CLUB COCKTAILS 3J9 MARTINI MANHATTAN SIDE CAR OLD-FASHIONED FIFTH HEAVY BODY RON RICO PROOF 4.19 PROOF 5.98 FIFTH SIZE ONI.Y ROMA DRY TABLE WINES BURGUNDY or £<}« SAUTER...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 4 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22,1945 IT'S A SAD WOULD A small boy was sitting- on the front steps, a picture of dejection, when the minister happened to walk by. "What in the world is the matter with you, Fred?" he asked. "Oh," he explained, "I'm dis- gusted: my parents won't mind me any more!" To remove grease that has been spilled on the kitchen floor, scatter soda on it, then scrub with boiling water. THINK: You can save from 10% to 40% on Home - Auto - Business Insurance ★ Before you renew or purchase Call Lundy's Insurance Agency SAFETY WITH SAVINGS Fairfax 6997 c . ( Hugh Adamson M. 2-6194 Sterling Bldg. Evenings | L A Lundy M. 2-5061 Don't use too much soap. A suds about two inches thick has proven best for washing clothes clean. Onions will not make the eyes water if scalding water is poured over them before they are peeled. To make your glassware sparkle, add a small amount of washing blue plus a few drops of ammonia to a dishpan of warm soapsuds. To peel oi.inges and...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 5 Work To Start On $1,236,777 Baylor Building In Medical Center This architect's drawing shows the future home of the Ba College of Medicine to be located in the new Medical Center, to house research facilities, examining rooms, ylor University This structure, id animal runs, will be the first unit of the Medical Center to become a reality when actual construction starts. Adjacent to the Southwestern section, the completion of the center is expected to result in higher property valuations here. Work Progresses On Administration Ami Other Units At U. S. Navy Hospital Houston's mammoth medical center, adjacent to the South- western section, is progressing far beyond the preliminary planning stages, and it has now been announced that the Baylor University College of Medicine's building will be the first unit to become a reality when actual construction starts. Earl C. Ilankamer, chairman of the board of the university, an- nounces that the cont...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 6 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22, 1945 Nine anglers were fined in the Orange Free State for fishing on Sunday although none had had a bite. BONNIE JO FARRISH ANTIQUE SHOP Give Antiques for Xmas—buy now 3435 Bellaire Blvd. M. 2-3292 A Fine Selection of GIFT ITEMS DO YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING EARLY AT KELLY'S VARIETY & Hardware Store Opposite Bellaire Post Office M. 2-0191 RAMBLING ersity of Houston. ... pack and their parents at 7 p. m. Cub Pack 34 will hold a covered I Monday at St. Mark's Episcopal dish supper for members of the I Church. Home on leave after a year's duty in the Pacific is Lt. (j.g.) J. D. Allnoch. He is visiting his wife and two children, Dan, Jr., and Diane, at 2217 Bellaire Boule- vard. . . . Sgt. J. T. Hood of 6320 Com- munity Drive had the good fortune of being able to stop off at home to see his new son while en route to a new assignment at Boca Raton Field, Florida. Little Michael Jay was born November 8 and weighed six and a half pounds. . . . Bellai...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Pagrs 7 Free Employment Service Offered By U. of Houston Part-time employees may be ob- tained through the new free service of the University f Houston, ac- cording to Miss Heien M. Douthitt of 5911 Lake, who this fall joined the school staff as instructor in sociology and government and was named faculty advisor and director of the new department. Employers of the Southwestern section are invited by Miss Dou- thitt to make full use of the service and may obtain such employees as mechanics, gas station helpers, drug store clerks, electricians, salesmen, typists and clerks. While the employment service is available to all students of the Uni- versity, a special effort is made to place veterans, Miss Douthitt said. Already 850 veterans have enrolled in the school under the G. I. Bill and Rehabilitation Plan to get fur- ther education in general college and vocational work. Many of them who have families find it difficult to get along on their gover...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 8 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22, 1945 Agriculturally speaking, most teachers are engaged in cultivating beans. All enemy aliens are subject strict governmental control Paraguay. Rug £r Carpet Cleaning Co. DOMESTIC AND ORIENTAL •CLEANING • BINDING •ALTERING •REPAIRING •REWEAVING •STORING TACKED DOWN CARPETS CLEANED ON THE FLOOR IN YOIJR OWN HOME 2619 Bissonnet S. M. Berian, Mgr. H. 6410 University Place Liquor Store 2621 BISSONNET at Kirby WHISKIES GINS - WINES RUMS - LIQUEURS ANI) CORDIALS PHONE H. 0316 Qawe+tUuf, M Alt CARET I.. SWE1TZER ailed the .V gar- for at least garden soil, The rose has been Queen of the Flowers. dener should find ; rosebushes. If not there is certainly a climber or two Roses like good slightly on the acid side, enriched with manure. They like plenty of sunshine, but seem to do better if protected somewhat from the hot afternoon sun and from too much wind. The Texas A. and M. College Experimental Station has issued bulletin on Rose Growing for the Home...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 9 And now— on this peaceful day Your Merchants of The Village offer an expression of "/IT n m t Let us all join forces in working towards a permanent peace and a better world; in devoting our whole- hearted efforts to make this com- munity a bright spot in the nation in civic, business and cultural affairs. ♦ ♦ turn a for this land of freedom— for the rights we enjoy— of worship, of the ballot, of labor, of free speech and press— for our freedom from fear and want— and for our friends who make our daily life worthwhile. These are the things that count— now and forever more. OF THE VILLAGE ASSOCIATION An Organization to help build The Village into the finest suburban shopping center in the South. This Emblem, on your Merchant's window, is an indication of cooperation—of a desire to give these words meaning—Look for it.

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 10 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22,1945 Works Of Art Produced In Spare Time By Local Ceramicist Ted Schiwetz Enters Prize Creation In Ceramic Exhibition At Dallas Show Opening a kiln is just like Christmas any day of the year. You never know what you've "got" or whether your hours of modeling have been in vain until the final baking is done. So says Ted Schiwetz, whose ceramics have won no little atten- tion in Houston art circles since he took up the hobby a couple of years ago. Modeling in clay is one of the most relaxing of hobbies, Mr. Schiwetz continues. After a busy day at the office coping with numerical fig- ures he finds it most restful to sit with a piece of clay in his hands and shape it into the artistic fig- ures of birds or animals. Some of the more intricate pieces require several weeks to complete working nearly every evening, in addition to the time that must be allowed for drying and baking. Makes Own Clay Mr. Schiwetz mixes his own ma- terial of powdered fire ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 11 I > ,S4 * Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Spangler and son, Harold, formerly of 4415 Bel- laire Boulevard, have moved to the U. S. Army reservation at East Point, Texas, where Mr. Spangler is employed as a safety engineer. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Preston Plumb, 2623 Barbara Lane, last week were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Bryan of Tulsa, Oklahoma, who left here for Petersburg, Flor- ida, where they will make their home. Mrs. Plumb honored Mrs. Bryan and Mrs. Barry Grove with a tea at her home. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Plumb this week is Mrs. Melvin Breon from Kansas City, Missouri. Back from a visit in Dallas are Mr. and Mrs. Milton S. Mosk of 5801 Annapolis. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Stan F. Jones, former residents of West University Place. Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Can- ford, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. 0. Peavy at 3025 Uni- versity Boulevard, left last week for Birmingham, Alabama, where they will make their home. Mr. Canford was a firs...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 12 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22, 1945 Section Girl Named Victory Bontl Queen Of Rice Institute Crowned Victory Bond Queen for Rice Institute by Adm. William F. Halsey at the Kice-A. and M. foot- ball game Saturday was Bliss Jane Farnsworth of 1754 Rice Boulevard, sponsored by the Pallas Athene Literary Society. The girls club sold $74,000 worth of bonds during the week before Admiral Halsey's visit, leading the four clubs in the contest. One of Miss Farnsworth's at- tendants was Miss Camille Dockery of 2119 Dunstan, representative of the Elizabeth Baldwin Literary Society. WEST UNIVERSITY CHURCH OF CHRIST ; WP i : ■ • ^ A 1- n 1 BASIL C. DORAN Res. Phone M. 2-6556 Sends a personal invitation to YOU to worship at all services of the Church. Gospel preaching and congregational singing. YOU will enjoy the services. "More than a welcome awaits YOU." Bible School 10:00 A.M. Worship and Sermon .11:00 A.M. EVENING 6 P. M. (Note Change of Time in Evening Service) TEEN AGE CANTEEN Sta...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 13 First Steel Frame Moderate Price Homes Built Here First steel-framed residences in the moderate price range for Hous- ton will be built in the new Braes- Children's Clothes Designed Materials Furnished Sizes 1 to 6 Jlucille'b 2829 Nottingham M. 2-4215 Heights Addition, immediately south of Bellaire Boulevard, accord- ing to H. R. Houck, president of the Braes-Heights Development Co. Work has started on 50 steel- framed, six-room residences which will represent a sale value of ap- proximately $500,000. The homes will have a brick ex- terior and plastered interior, laid on metal lath. Roofs will be of as- bestos shingles, and only the floors and doors will be of wood. Work on the $1,000,000 shopping center to be constructed in the 3700 and 3800 blocks of Bellaire Boulevard is scheduled to begin early in 194G, Mr Houck said. BICYCLE REPAIRING WE REBUILD AND REFINISH ALL TYPES OF BICYCLES LAWN MOWERS MACHINE SHARPENED Expertly Sharpened and A...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 14 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22, 1945 SOMEBODY'S STENOG—One Way to Do It! 'HOW ARE WE GONNA set the boss to he put up that u do not disturb"sigm ON his door an he has m't moved , morajims mmm, i'm going to get around that now hello- REG LAR FELLERS—Worth Beefing About By GENE BYRNES now pinhead, if beef costs -sixty cents a fou/su how much could you get for 4 dollar eighty"! FDR A DOLLAR. EIGHTY YOU'D GET FOUR. N' A HAFF POUNDS OF FEANK.FUR.TER-S asic my mom you misunderstand i*1e, - i said foe dollar eighty how much beef will you get? - she knows! they'll give. ya frankfurters EVER.Y TIME! NONE- FALLING BREAD of the best "su One of the stories since the w lated by a submar has been officer v MURIEL GILL Ariticyuei. Art Objects and Paintings 4039 Case Madison 2-1926 returned from a hair-raising expe- lce at sea with this little gem: We crash-dived and watched the gauges with anxious eyes. Depth rges were popping too close for comfort. We expected the lights to go at any momen...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

November 22, 1945 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES Page 15 if il 9 Slanting The SPORTS With BURT RULE The city health department must be concerned this week with the greatly increased number of ner- vous prostration cases. It wouldn't take a very smart investigator to determine the cause of this situa- HANNAH NIDAY Florist CUT FLOWERS AND POTTED PLANTS Delivery Service MADISON 2-4436 4502 Old Richmond Road Patronize Your Friends and Neighbors Thomas W. Hopkins 2315 Bellaire Blvd. ♦Thomas (Tom) W. Hopkins, Jr. 2403 Southgate LET US INSURE YOU— BOND YOU No mutter where you are lo- cated we solicit and appreciate your business. (Remember our names nnd business) Office: BANKERS MORTGAGE BLDG. ★ On leave of absence in U. S. F. 0078 and P. 1641 tion if he attended certain games played Friday night and Saturday afternoon or talked to someone who did. As calloused as we are from see- ing no telling how many thousand football games over a considerable period of years we caught ourself talking to ourself w...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Southwestern Times — 22 November 1945

Page 16 SOUTHWESTERN TIMES November 22, 1945 "VWWXnM VXOXXSVNVWS We Are Happy to Announce the Opening of Our Own Bakery. The Best Reasonably Priced. fiakerySpec/k/s ASSORTED our pride . . . y uniform flavor ECLAIRS NAPOLEONS BUTTER CREAM PASTRY PASTRIES ou'll like (heir and goodness. Each 10C Each 15C Each 15c OLD-FASHIONED PUMPKIN PIES Large 9-Inch Size 42c DELICIOUS ASSORTED COOKIES 15c BOSTON CREAM P-l-E-S 8-Inch Size 45c HAPPY BIRTHDAY . . . with a cake of golden good- ness . . . yummy icing . . . and candles! Any Size Cake Made For Any Occasion Priced Reasonable. SAVE! SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY (a£peDnAY) FRIDAY-SATURDAY SAVINGS FOR THANKSGIVING AN1) WEEK-END SHOPPERS GRADE "A" SQUARE CUT SHOULDER ROAST 26c GRADE "A" QUALITY VEAL Round Steak■•*■ 37c PURE PORK Pan Sausage * 37c FRESH Ground Veal ■ 25c ARMOUR'S STAR ALL MEAT WEINERS 31c LIBBY'S FANCY PUMPKIN: 14c LIBBY'S FANCY TOMATO JUICE - 10c V-B APPLE SAUCE 15c Sewe on pxoouee NEW CROP FIRM RED CAPE COD Cranberries 1 33c CALIFOR...

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